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City Type: Metropolitan
Climate: Moderate
Air Quality: Average Air Quality
Average: 4200 -- 10800 RMB
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Beijing Transportation

1、 BEIJING CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Beijing Capital International Airport is about 25 km (about 15.5 miles) northeast of Tiananmen Square, and is China's busiest and most important international airport. It consists of three terminal buildings.
Most international flights land at either Terminal 2 or Terminal 3. You can take Airport Express Train or shuttle bus to downtown.

2、 BEIJING SUBWAY

The Beijing Subway now has 16 lines in operation, namely Line 1, Line 2, Line 4, Line 5, Line 6, Line 8, Line 9, Line 10, Line 13, Line 15, Batong Line, Changping Line, Daxing Line, Fangshan Line, Yizhuang Line and airport express.

3、 BEIJING CITY BUS

Currently, there are over 1,200 bus routes in operation in Beijing. The buses in downtown area are in operation from 05:30 until to 23:00. Some suburban lines may stop as early as around 18:00. The night lines 201~215 serve from 23:00 to 04:30 or 05:00 the next day. 
All buses are charged by distance. The minimum charge is CNY 2 for the first 10 km (6 mi), and then an extra CNY 1 is added per additional 5 km (3 mi).

4、 BEIJING TAXI

Taking a taxi is the most convenient way for newcomers to travel around a metropolis like Beijing. There are over 66,000 taxis running in every corner of the city.
Cab calling service is available. Passengers can book a cab 24 hours in advance by phone, internet or mobile phone through the citywide reservation system. The reservation hot line is 96103.

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Beijing Weather

1、 BEIJING SPRING

Throughout the spring months (April to May) temperatures in Bejiing rise quickly day to day. They also vary greatly (around 12°C-14°C) between day and night. Spring is a windy, dry season, frequented by heavy sandstorm. Cold winds are also frequent throughout spring months. In early spring, the temperature may drop abruptly. Sandstorm hits Beijing frequently in spring and may delay trips.

2、 BEIJING SUMMER

Summer months in Beijing (June to August) are long and hot with plenty of rainfall. With the exception of the hilly areas, the monthly average temperature is above 24°C (75.2°F). The highest temperature on record is 43.5°C (110.3°F) which was in June, 1961.

3、 BEIJING AUTUMN

Autumn (September to October) is perhaps the most attractive season in Beijing, when there is plenty of sunshine and cooler temperatures. Autumn is a harvest season, when fruits and vegetables are ripe. One great activity in autumn months is picking fresh fruits and vegetables in local orchards. This is regarded as a great way to relax and get fresh air. 

4、 BEIJING WINTER

Winter in Beijing (November to March) is cold. A trip during these months may be a shock to visitors from tropical countries. The monthly average temperature is below 0°C (32°F) from December to February. In January, the monthly average temperature is below -4°C (28°F) in Beijing's plains. It seldom rains in the winter but there is plenty of sunshine. 

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Beijing Cuisine

1、 Beijing Peking Duck

There is simply quite nothing like a perfectly roasted duck with bronzed crispy skin and tender, succulent meat. It is said that there are two things that you must do when visiting Beijing: One is to enjoy the roast duck and the other is to take a stroll on the Great Wall. There are literally dozens of restaurants that serve this famous dish, but perhaps the best known one is Quanjude.

2、 Beijing Mutton Hotpot

Beijing is also known for its mutton hotpot (涮羊肉 shuàn yáng ròu), which originally came from the Manchu people and emphasizes mutton over other meats. Like variations of hotpot (general name 火锅 huŏ guō) from elsewhere in China and Japan, hotpot is a cook-it-yourself affair in a steaming pot in the center of the table. Unlike Sichuan hotpot, mutton hotpot features a savory, non-spicy broth. If that's not exciting enough for you, you can also request a spicy broth (be aware that this is flaming red, filled with peppers, and not for the weak!). To play it safe and satisfy everyone, you can request a yuan-yang (鸳鸯 yuānyáng) pot divided down in the middle, with spicy broth on one side and regular broth on the other.

3、 Beijing - Noodles with Soybean Paste

Noodles with Soybean Paste(炸酱面), also called Zha Jiang Mian, is very popular when it comes to traditional Beijing cuisine. As an added bonus, it is not expensive at all. Zha Jiang Mian consists of three main materials. They are wide hand-tossed noodles, vegetable pieces as well as pork. Local Beijing people, especially elder ones like to eat hot noodles in the cold days and to eat cold noodles in hot weather. According to different seasons, vegetable pieces are served in various types but always no less than seven kinds.

4、 Beijing Rolling Donkey

Rolling Donkey(驴打滚) refers to a kind of traditional Beijing snack, also known in south area of China as Rolling Horse (Ma Da Gun), with soft skin made of glutinous rice flour and the stuffing made of red pea.

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January 25, 2017
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January 23, 2017
Beijing Attractions

1、 Tiananmen Square

At the very heart of Beijing, sits Tian'anmen Square, the largest urban square in the world. This vast space, measuring 40 hectares, has a historical significance to rival its size. Enlarged in the 1960s, Tian'anmen Square now measures 880 meters from north to south, 500 meters from east to west and can accommodate up to one million people.

2、 The Great Wall

Located in the center of urban Beijing, the Forbidden City served as the residence of the Ming and Qing Emperors. It is the largest and best preserved extant group of ancient architecture in the world. Built in 1420 in the Ming Dynasty, it was the center of feudal rule in China until the fall of the Qing Dynasty in 1911. The complex has been designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

3、 Temple of Heaven

Located in the southern part of urban Beijing, this was where the Ming and Qing emperors went to worship Heaven and pray for a better harvest. With an area of 270 hectares, the Temple of Heaven counts as the world's largest extant group of temple buildings. Its distinct architectural design and pattern represents the ancient Chinese belief in a round heaven, square earth, and the supreme imperial power.

4、 Summer Palace

Located in the northwestern suburbs of Beijing, this is China's best preserved imperial garden, famous for its scenery and cultural relics. It consists mainly of Wanshou (Longevity) Hill and Kunming Lake. The garden was burned by the allied British-French troops in 1860. From 1885 to 1895, Empress Dowager Ci'xi (1835-1908) of the Qing Dynasty had it restored with funds intended for naval development.

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January 23, 2017
Beijing Useful Tools

1、 Medical Service

All the local hospitals in Beijing are open to international students. Students with minor illness can go to schools' clinic for help. If you are badly ill, you can see a doctor in any of the local hospitals.

2、 Foreign Embassies

Royal Thai Embassy, Beijing
Add: 15th Fl. West, LG Twin Towers, Jianguomenwai Road, Chaoyang District
Consular District: Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei Province, Hubei Province, Henan Province, Shandong Province, Shanxi Province, Hei Longjiang Province, Jilin Province, Liaoning Province, Nei Monggol Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, Xinjiang Autonomous Region , Xizang Autonomous Region
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00

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January 23, 2017
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